The Summer 2017 Quarterly showcases a mix of case studies, quantitative analyses and industry best practices to help readers become comfortable with the steps required to obtain outside funding.
- Financing corporate legal costs: Self finance vs. outside finance
An ACME Co. case study shows that outside finance can ameliorate the risks and costs associated with litigation more effectively than self-financing.
- How law firms use portfolio finance
By bundling cases into monetization and/or risk-sharing portfolios, firms can proactively manage finances, increase profitability, and limit risk.
- Financing contentious tax claims
External capital can move costs off balance sheets, allowing corporations and law firms to streamline profits and mitigate exposure.
- Getting to “yes”: Securing finance for IP litigation
Burford provides an overview of the IP litigation financing process to help clients and firms learn if they are optimal candidates to receive funding.
- Litigation finance disclosure: Transparency or tactics?
In the US, courts have deemed disclosure of litigation finance unnecessary, despite opposition from a few critics.